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to brush up on some basic skills. and the third section of the dvd contains all the materials, the powerpoint materials, our message training, our tips on successful media interviews, that folks can use to further their skills as they go along through this training. you have recently gotten involved with faces and voices of recovery, laura, tell me why you got involved with faces and voices of recovery and why you, what brought you to this work? i am so thrilled to be part of this organization, i'm really proud to be part of it. they have a message that is very near and dear to my heart, which is sharing the message of hope and recovery, to having a new way of life. i took away from the messaging that i attended last fall, that there are right words to use and, and not so good words to use. for example, we want to talk about recovery, we don't want to talk about addiction. addiction is where people are stuck in the problem. recovery is where people get into the solution and that's what it's all about, giving people hope and healing and a new way of life. some of the main questions that we rec
that started for republicans with a powerpoint presentation pronouncing, and i quote, the purpose of the majority is to pass their agenda. the purpose of the minority is to become the majority. now obviously it's no secret, i'm a convinced democrat, and i know it's better to be in the majority than in the minority. i've been in both in the 25 years. and i don't want anyone to come to the senate and check their beliefs at the door and go washington. it's not what i'm asking. and the founding fathers didn't want anyone to do that either. and certainly no one is elected to the senate promising to join an exclusive club. or forget where they came from. but the truth is some of the most fiercely indie pendant, plain talking, direct and determined partisans that i've ever known in the senate have also been a very want to tackle the toughest issue. finding common ground with people they disagreed on with just about damn near everything else they thought about. daniel patrick moynihan was a new york liberal. alan simpson was a wyoming conservative. but they could sit down and talk and deb
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